Pay special attention to the requirement in some countries to attend classes and/or affiliate with academic institutions.
Identify an appropriate affiliation for your project: The affiliation is your proposed host in the country to which you are applying.
Ask current or former professors to put you into contact with appropriate people in the host country.
If the proposal contains a strong research component, you must have host country contacts that can support the research, provide access to required resources, and/or advise you during the grant period.
For Study/Research Applicants, affiliation with an educational institution or other sponsoring entity in the host country is required, even if the grant project is primarily or solely research or artistic activity or does not require enrollment in regular classes.
The affiliation letter should come from the institution/individual in the host country with whom you are proposing to work.The first step is to familiarize yourself with the program summary for your host country in order to verify the type of grant you can propose.Depending on the country, applicants may also propose to complete a graduate degree program.Countries differ in the kinds of host affiliations that are acceptable.Examples of affiliations include universities, laboratories, libraries, non-governmental organizations, and so on.The following items comprise the components of the Academic application: The Personal Information page of the application ask for all of your basic personal information, such as your name, contact information, birth date, etc.The Academic Information, Professional Information, Awards & Achievements, and Experience Abroad pages also ask for the details of your academic background, occupational experience, extracurricular activities, publications, and previous foreign experience.Request the Affiliation Letter: After identifying the appropriate host institution and the individual at that institution best suited to serve as an adviser for the proposed project, make contact with the potential adviser to determine if he/she is willing to write an affiliation letter.Before requesting the letter, you should provide the author with a copy of the Statement of Grant Purpose.The first step is to familiarize yourself with the country summary for the program to which you are applying.You should ensure that your Statement of Grant Purpose fits the program guidelines for the host country.